Injecting the penis increases length and girth?
I picked this up at a surgical enlargment forum today. Does this make sense to you guys?
I found this information on another Penis enlargment forum:
Kenneth W. Adams of North York, CA (Canada) had some money with which
to do research.
He appears to be a hair transplant doctor.
Who we got in Toronto? Huff? You want to go pay Dr. Adams a visit?
Somebody is going to make some money off of this, if this example is
EXAMPLE 1  A male patient, age 41, was treated with
intracavernosal injections of a vasodilator, prostaglandin E1, on a
regular basis (approximately four to five times per week) over an 18
month treatment period. A sufficient quantity was administered to
maintain a prolonged engorgement of an erectile response between
40-75% over a period of several hours, generally 3 to 6 hours. The
quantity of medication was adjusted from time to time in accordance
with the patient’s response, which was monitored at least weekly.
 The size of the patient’s fully erect penis increased from 5.8
inches to 8.6 inches in length (about an 48% increase) and 3.7 inches
to 5.8 inches in girth (about an 56% increase) over the 18-month
treatment period. Following the discontinuation of this treatment, the
erect penis length remained stable for two years at over 81/2 inches.
Treatment was re-institued combining intracavernosal injections 3-4
times per week of a mixture of testosterone (0.5 mg) and vasodilators
with low dose oral Potaba (500-1000 mg) 3-4 times per day. After a
short treatment period of 21/2 months, the patient’s erect penis was
over 9 inches in length, which means he has gained an additional
0.4-0.5 inches in length (about an 6% increase). The total increase in
length was therefore about 3.2 inches (about an 55% increase) in length.
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